PUTTS FOR MUTTS

Join us for an amazing golf tourney benefiting the homeless pets of Houston!  

Sign Up Your Team HERE

Foster Me

Fostering saves LIVES, saves money to save more and helps us get to know our pets so we can find the perfect forever home.

Spring one for the Weekend

Peace,
Love & Rescue

providing courage, character and compassion to Houston's homeless pets

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WHO RESCUED WHO

You Can't Buy Love, but You Can Rescue It...

Help Save Lives

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Become A Monthly Donor and Save Lives...

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ADOPT & FOSTER

Adopting a rescue. Saving a life.

Scout's Honor Rescue thanks you for seeking to adopt a rescue animal! Our goal is to place our rescued pets in permanent, loving...


Donate & Sponsor

A little money. A big difference.

Since its formation in May 2006, Scout's Honor Rescue has rescued and placed over 3,000 dogs and cats in permanent, loving homes...


Volunteer

A Labor of Love.

Currently, Scout's Honor Rescue divides its work among four individuals, who are each professionals with day jobs! We have...


Upcoming Events

May 05

Crawfish Boil


Time: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location: Porch Swing Pub - 69 Heights Blvd

Join us for our huge adoption event in The Heights! Even if you aren’t in the market for a new pet, please come out and support Scout's Honor Rescue and give a pat and treat to a homeless doggi

May 07

Saturday with Scout's Honor


Time: 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Location: Scout's Honor Heights Adoption Site - 1128 Heights Blvd, Houston TX

Join us for our huge adoption event in The Heights! Even if you aren’t in the market for a new pet, please come out and support Scout's Honor Rescue and give a pat and treat to a homeless doggi

Pet Pick

Haddi Black Mouth Cur/Lab Mix • Female • Young • Medium

Hi! My name is Haddi, and I am one big, beautiful girl with an AMAZING smile!   My life has been far less than perfect lately. My kiddo and I were turned in to an animal control facility. Well, she got adopted (thrilled for her) but I was heartbroken to lose her. All I could do was wait at the shelter but nobody ever came to see me.